“The pandemic acts as a catalyst for far-right organizations. This is also shown by the civil unrest in both EU countries (such as Germany) and the USA. Conspiracy theories have multiplied during the pandemic, while the intense mobilization online and the targeting of minorities has made it possible for conspiracy groups to maximize their presence, approach and recruit new members to the antivaccination and technophobic movement,” writes Triandafyllos Karatrantos in his article for newspaper Ta Nea.

You may find the article in Greek here.